Becky Tesch


Mom, artist, mountain biker and yoga teacher Becky Tesch fell in love with yoga because it has a unique quality of working with the mind, body and spirit together.

Savasana was a revelation! She’d never felt that good in her adult life and wanted more. She wanted to know the how and why of it all. She loves YOGA. She keeps learning, studying, loving, growing, and sharing this with her students.

Her teaching can be a strong slow flow, or Yin, but will always incorporate thoughtful noticing of what IS, and using that to cultivate skillful use of a person’s body on and off the mat. She’s passionate about teaching practices people can take into their whole lives, and about people feeling truly good.

She holds a BFA from UW-Milwaukee.

Becky Tesch is available to teach private sessions and corporate yoga.

Q&A with Becky Tesch

Q. How long have you been a yoga teacher?
A.  I have been teaching yoga since 2013.

Q. What areas do you specialize in?
A. I teach strong slow flow, Yin, Restorative, meditation, and breathing work.

Q. What brought you to your current style of practice?
A. old injuries, ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), stress, anger

Q. What can a new student expect?
A. A new student can expect a moderatly challenging slow flow that is a balance of stretching and strengthening.

Q. What recent industry trends have you found noteworthy?
The trauma sensitive embodiment work is incredible.

Q. What are your current wellness goals and how are you addressing them?
A. Eating better, healing tired wrists, and recovering from insomnia.

Q. What is your favorite beautiful spot in Milwaukee?
A. The lakefront.  

Q. What is your favorite place to eat in Milwaukee?
A.  Plaza cafe, brunch outside.

Q. What are your top three favorite things to do/hobbies?
A. Mom to my sweet 6 year old! Making recycled art and jewelry! Mountain biking!

Q. What do you do to de-stress?
A. Yoga Nidra, mountain biking, sleeping, watching movies with my kid.

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